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The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for August 2008:
A funny song sung by Edward M. Favor who began his recording career in the early 1890's.
This audio is part of the collection: The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] - Collection Site
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Artist/Composer: Edward M. Favor
Keywords: cylinder record; comic; favor; song
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States
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Subject: Excellent sound & tune
Indestructible advertised its cylinders as having the best tone of all. You can clearly hear the "S" sibilants here! The song is also funny.
Paul in San Francisco -
Subject: Irving Berlin wrote this
This is a 1909 Irving Berlin composition. You can also hear it on one of the Ben Bagley Berlin Revisited CDs, performed by Dorothy Loudon
Subject: Yiddish dance hall number-
Well recorded, and very clear for an old 2 minute, indestructible cylinder. Nice piece, and well worth the listen, although most of these dance hall numbers follow the same musical theme. Still, not often do we hear an obvious Jewish dance hall number and a refreshing change from the usual fodder and coon songs.